Newark AirTrain Temporarily Shut Down
Traveling in or out of Newark Airport this summer? Be prepared for possible delays in getting to and from the airport as the AirTrain monorail will be shut down on May 1, 2014, for approximately 11 weeks, for much needed repairs.
Rail service from Newark Penn station to Newark Liberty station will also be halted as the airport rail station is linked to the airport by the monorail. Alternative forms of transportation to the airport include NJ Transit Bus Lines 28, 37, 62, 67 and 107. The Newark Airport express bus also runs between all three passenger terminals and Grand Central Station, Bryant Park and the Port Authority Bus Terminal.
While the monorail is out of order, shuttle buses will run between the airport and Newark Penn Station, with stops at Terminals A, B and C as well as the airport parking lots and rental car outlets. The Port Authority recommends that you consider an alternate method of transport to the airport and leave yourself extra time to get there.